Surprisingly, Samsung is still providing update support for the Android Securiy Update which is coming for those Galaxy Note 9 users. The update provided is the latest version, namely February 2023, Wednesday (08/03).
Samsung has now officially released an update to the Android Securiy Update which is coming for those Galaxy Note 9 users. The update provided is the latest version until this article is written, which comes through the February 2023 version.
Previously, it was known that Samsung had stopped providing their official updates for the Galaxy Note 9 since the end of 2022 yesterday. Surprisingly they still provide security system support even the latest.
Reporting from SamMobile, the Galaxy Note 9 now gets the latest update support coming through February 2023 Securiy Patch, the reason being that Samsung will still provide update support for devices that are still possible to receive their updates.
For now, the Galaxy Note 9 with the latest security system is only coming to the UK and Ireland, where the update process can be done via mobile or even updating via Windows PC.
For international or global updates, Samsung is also likely to release this for all its users in different other parts of the country including in Indonesia. Just it won't send notifications, always check if your Galaxy Note 9 device has received this security system update support.
“As mentioned earlier, we can’t be certain if this Galaxy Note 9 update will be rolled out in other parts of the world. But you can always check our firmware archive to find whether a new update for your device and country is waiting for you. You can also use our dedicated tool for quickly determining if you’re running the latest software.”
Currently, the Galaxy Note 9 that gets the latest update is those who use the Exynos processor series with Firmware N960FXXSAFWB3.
“Owners in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland are now able to grab the update on their Exynos 9810-powered Note 9 devices. There’s no word on whether Snapdragon units are going to get this update, but we are likely to find out in the coming weeks. Firmware version N960FXXSAFWB3is the build you’ll want to look out for.”